In this message, Rev. Yearsley shares a message rooted in passages from Jeremiah and Mark about opportunities in life and reflects on the conversations with Jesus and the disciples about his resurrection.
Opening with a recap of all the different identities she has, Rev. Weber examines a passage in Mark that has Jesus asking: “Who do you say I am?”. In this message, as she interweaves lyrics from a Jessica Andrews song.
In a message that looks at the biological family of Jesus and their relationship with him, Rev. Young looks at the passage in Mark and compares it to our relationships with our family. As she explains in her message, our families are gifts that we sometimes don’t fully appreciate. In our lives, our calls are often different, but we need to understand the “why” of we are called to action by God.
“If the earthly house is destroyed, there is a building made by God in the heavens” Rev. Hunt opens his message with. He shared a message that reinforces the importance of us not losing heart and our relationship with God that is like a mother, a brother, a sister, or a father.
When you are a parent, you learn the things you should (and should not) say. Your children educate you. Rev. Carson opens a message about things changing with this statement. Throughout the message, he shows where changes are usually for the better.
“How’s your hearing?” This opening line from Rev. Gary Carson started a sermon outlining why when God speaks, it is important to listen. While selective hearing is one of the topics Rev. Carson also broaches in this message, he preaches on the prevalence of God’s voice in scripture and to each of us.
In looking at McLeod’s journey to find a new Pastor as a family road trip, Patrice shares a message that comes from the Gospel of Mark. As we follow the “GPS” of our journey, we are reminded that we are following the directions of our higher power.